The scope of the case against X-Men director Bryan Singer is rapidly expanding as the accuser has announced that he will name three studio executives Monday involved in what he alleges is a Hollywood sex ring.
Singer’s accuser, Michael Egan III, who is now 31, alleges that the director coerced him into a sexual relationship in 1998 and 1999, when Egan was only 15. Egan’s charges provide damning details of the relationship, including rape and extortionist tactics used by Singer to elicit sexual favors.
Egan’s nationally-known attorney, Jeff Herman, announced Sunday that Egan, accompanied by his mother, would provide the names of three Hollywood executives in a press conference Monday at 2 pm at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons.
Last week, Egan alleged that men in the studio sex ring lured teens with promises of film and television roles and offers of drugs and alcohol. Egan claimed that he had been treated like a “piece of meat” and personally threatened with physical violence if he came forward.